Tim, Fannie Shinpoch Robison was my great great grandmother.I did not have your ggfather in my database, but I looked and I did have it in my notes from John Shinpaugh.My great uncle and his sister made 7 cassette tapes about what they remembered about my Robison/Shinpoch family history. (They of course are both passed away now.) There is a lot of holiday chatter and the tapes are hard to hear, but I think the only ones he talks about may be the only ones he knew - Fountain and, he said, "aunt Molly".Noone that I've corresponded with seems to know who "Molly" is but she had to be a sister to Fannie and (according to my great uncle)she lived with Eugene Shinpoch (in Tulsa, OK) and with Fannie for a time.She married a Mr. Looper in AR.I think these 3, Fannie, Fount, & Molly traveled to Arkansas together and I don't know where the others, like your family, migrated to.When I get these tapes put onto a CD, I will try to dicipher as much as I can. Linda Green (from Fountain), who was my closest Shinpoch contact passed away last year and I do not know what happened to her research. I would be very interested in any history you know about their life in Limestone, Alabama and the other siblings. Oh, yes, My great grand mother was named after her "uncle Tommy" who would have been Thomas Crowder Shinpock.